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approve this message. danielle: a breezy start but warmer weather is on the way. s in the forecast. doug: a police officer shot and killed in virginia on her first full day on the job. the circumstances surrounding the tragedy. and her local ties. karen: these four men, allegedly connected to a string of crimes. the mistake that led to their arrests . collects you are watching wcvb , boston' s news later. mrs. newscenter 5 eyeopener. doug: it' s sunday february 28 , i' m doug medium. karen: and i' m karen anderson in for antoinette antonio.
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she is off and this is baby grayson who was born yesterday. doug: she says everyone is healthy, feeling amazing, feeling tired, watching from her hospital room. we want to welcome the little guy into the world. it is a nice balance for some of the sad stories we have to bring you this morning. to be able to share that right news with folks at home. doug: karen: mayweather is bright, too. temperatures are warming up at the 10:00 hour. 40' s and boston. look down to the south. 50' s in cincinnati. also in raleigh. that is the warm air that is heading in our direction. 40 and worcester right now. 47 on nantucket. 46 in concord. one of the reasons why we have strong wind out of the south and west today, anywhere from 10-20 miles per hour, you will feel them through the afternoon. we will also see more sunshine after lunchtime and we will
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today. really, enjoy it. it will be a mild at sunday. a couple clouds around right now. they should be clearing out later today. then, we are watching a system back to the north and west. a little rain over minneapolis. this is what is headed in our direction. we will bring up the next chance of showers. i will have a timeline on the showers and talk about when we could see a period of heavy rain ahead. doug: breaking news developing all morning long. law enforcement around the nation mourning the loss of a fallen officer. we' ve just learned has ties to new hampshire. she was killed in a shooting just south of washington, d.c. karen: the eyeopener' s frank holland is tracking the breaking developments. frank? frank: this is a developing story we' ve been following all morning long. we now know, officers in merrimack new hampshire were , called to notify the family of officer ashley guindon. this morning the family given the terrible news she lost her life in the line of duty. guindon was an officer for the
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department in virginia. she was serving as an officer when she was shot and killed responding to eight domestic violence call on saturday night. this is new video into our newsroom. police and firefighters standing vigil, saluting the fallen officer. more than patrol cars lined the 100 roads outside a northern virginia hospital early this morning. they were there to provide a somber escort for the body. officer guindon' s very first shift, after being sworn in on friday. a woman inside the house police were responding to, was also killed. two other officers were injured in the shooting. collects -- >> i was at home be -- and i called the police because i heard pops. i thought it was a firework. they said it was officers in pursuit. doug: police say a suspect has been arrested. prosecutors have authorized a capital murder charge, along with other charges against the man. he has not been identified but police say he is in the military. he'
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tomorrow. new this morning a family escaping from a burning home in marblehead overnight. flames shooting from the upper floors of this 2-alarm fire on willow road. a father woke up to the smoke detector going off. he was able to get his wife and 2 kids out of the house. no one was hurt. right now, four men are under period arrest in connection with breaking and entering in bedford. our juli mcdonald has more on the evidence that police say could tie these suspects to a series of crimes. >> he looked his window and saw someone breaking in. juli: a next-door neighbor save a day calling 911 is a witness is a break in. it started before noon friday. this black jeep pulled up with four men inside. >> they made entry through the window, open the front door. two other gentlemen got out of the car, enter the home. juli: fletcher wrote is practically across a road from the police station. officers responded within minutes. they arrested these four men. the case was far from over.
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found a notebook that can link them to more than a dozen other crimes throughout new england. >> addresses to certain homes in different communities. connected. the suspects are tools, but no weapons. anything. neighbor and urge everyone, if something. >> when you come home some t recognize, a dog in your yard standing behind a tree, that is unusual. >> three of the men made bell. the fourth is being held. they will be arraigned at monday. five. karen: commitment 2016, and a rout for hillary clinton in south carolina. overwhelming support from black voters was crucial, as she defeated bernie sanders by nearly 50 points. clinton is gaining delegates along with momentum. bernie sanders insists the nomination process is far from over. his whose only victory so far has been in new hampshire but he
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beginning. collects a big win in south carolina likely means wins in seven states on super tuesday. bernie sanders can continue to win some states, but if he doesn' t win decisively, it will be impossible for them to catch up. karen: both candidates looking at to the remaining races. massachusetts among those states and hillary clinton is getting some help this weekend from senator ed markey. he and the american federation of teachers led a group of volunteers and supporters in lynn yesterday, knocking on doors and stumping for clinton. both clinton and sanders will be in massachusetts tomorrow. she' s heading to springfield and boston. sanders has rally in boston tomorrow night. doug: checking on the republican side rivals ted cruz and marco , rubio stepping up the attacks against front-runner donald trump and targeting his reluctance to release tax information. both cruz and rubio released summaries of their tax returns last night.
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could be holding back to hide exaggerations about his wealth or the support of left-leaning groups. trump says he has not released his tax filings because he is being audited, and will do so once the process is complete. investor warren buffett says the united states' economy is in better shape than the presidential candidates make it seem. buffett releasing his annual letter to berkshire hathaway shareholders yesterday. the billionaire investor writing that any baby born in the country today will live better than their parents. he notes that the country needs to make sure it has a solid safety net to help people who lose jobs. buffett by the way is backing hillary clinton. karen: stop and shop union employees in are reporting to work today. the united food and commercial workers union contract with the supermarket chain expired at midnight, and a strike was expected today. but the union that represents stop & shop workers decided to stay at the bargaining table and continue to negotiate. a company spokesperson says they'
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reached soon. doug: right now confusion in maynard over a vital resource. residents are being told there' s a high level of some chemicals in the water supply, but town leaders say it' s not an urgent newscenter 5' explains why residents are concerned. collects the drinking water in maynard is safe to drink. pam: maynard town leaders say tthms discovered in one of four water samples and december. >> we have 90 days to come up with a remediation plan. >> tuesday of this week, the state had 10 days to notify residents. they posted it on friday and sent notices that should arrive this week. he and his wife laura were expecting their baby, saw a lin to the town' s message on facebook. it states pregnant women, infants, and women of childbearing age may be at more risk to be effective i.t. thm' s overtime.
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to bladder cancer, over long-term conception of water, elevated tee thm' s. miscarriage in the first trimester, stillborn birth. some birth defects. pam: the standard is 80 parts per billion. in maynard, 89. the couple wishes they know about it earlier when the elevated levels were first detected. lacks my wife is due on monday. it is -- not a lot we can do. we had to hope for the best. hopefully, there will be an impact. >> the town used a reverse 911 call system to notify residents and businesses. they will begin flushing water lines to get rid of the organic buildup. they also plan to conduct their own water test on monday. pam cross, wcvb center five. doug: hackers targeting a large university. karen: this time a data breach could impact 80,000 people. three middle school girls in florida are charged with trying to poison their teacher. what they allegedly put in her drink. doug: and an outbreak of the
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the warning and the potentially lucky break for students. danielle: mild area on the way in but along with it a chance of
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to concern cases, -- confirmed cases, three are pending. all of them are players on the men' s hockey team. symptoms of the virus include fever, severe headache, sore throat and vomiting. while nearly all college students are vaccinated for mumps the vaccine is only 88% effective. so it' s still possible to get sick. any future cases are expected to be mild, but doctors want to be proactive to protect those on campus who are more likely to get the mumps. >> we want to prevent this from spreading to other individuals who may not be totally immune. people who may not be able to get the vaccine include pregnant women. collects a little good news. students are off-campus for spring break. typically, the mumps integration. -- incubation period is 25 days. who wants to be at home with the nonsense bring break? -- doug: you know what i like? when i look at this map, all of
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danielle: is back in canada worst -- where it belongs. we don' t want that. 43 degrees in boston. we are starting to warm up. only 50 degrees. 52 is what i' m going for an boston today. 55 tomorrow. 50 on tuesday. 49 on wednesday. you see the next four days will be running well above average. we should be running around 41 degrees at this time of year. it feels more like the end of march them the end of february. even though yesterday was a cold day, we are still running above average. that is how we will finish out the month. we may actually finish out the winter season as the warmest winter ever on record when we take into account the summer, january, and february. live look outside over boston right now. you can see there are some clouds with sunshine breaking through. it is 43 degrees, but the wind has picked up out of the southwest. 50 miles per hour now. it is making it feel more like 36 degrees. we have a bit of a wind chill. unfortunately, i think we will keep after the morning hours, at least.
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those winds continue out of the southwest and temperatures today respond. we will be a 53, 54 in lawrence. even 54 degrees in bedford. you go out into worcester county, 50 in gardner, 50 in rutland. even 50 degrees in worcester. down along the south shore in bridgewater, for example, 52 degrees. tomorrow, they are getting as warm as 55 degrees. that comes with a price. a shower or two will be around from a cold front. 51 on tuesday with mostly cloudy skies. down along the cape and islands, things right around 50 degrees. rain tomorrow coming from this area of low pressure you see. it is a cold front. it will slowly make its way toward our area. by 8:00 tomorrow morning, we are mainly to write, but there could be a couple of showers out in western mass. by lunchtime, worcester, boston could be seeing a couple of showers.
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the south and east through the early part of the afternoon. by the time we are driving home from work, we not talking about showers anymore. as we head toward monday night into tuesday, this cold front will come through and bring those winds with it out of the north and west for tuesday afternoon. it is dry. maybe some clouds overnight into first thing tuesday. we watched this system here. you see it. an area of low pressure frying up moisture from the gulf of mexico. we will see a period of heavy, steady rain mainly on the day of wednesday. overnight tuesday, it could start up. basically, it is one area of low pressure. one forms behind it. no one is going to pull down cold air. when i say mainly rain, it is because of the tail end of this, as we get a northwest flow, we could see some snow mix in. especially north and west of worcester. more in the hillier elevations. accumulation if anything at all. toward friday, all eyes pointing
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coastal storm. not every model has this. one of the month -- one of the models we trust brings in the chance for snow and potentially even some accumulating snow for southeastern mass, mainly friday afternoon into saturday. that is still 6, 7 days out. tune the forecast. we will keep our eyes on the 50 degree weather. >> time is 10:17. stories we' now. >> this is an odd one. middle schools in florida are charged with trying to poison their teacher. police say one of the girls distracted the pete dashti teacher on the other to put soda. after taking a drink, the breath. the 12-year-olds were angry because one of them was disciplined by the teacher. karen: a cyber attack hits the
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the schools says a hacker broke into a computer system storing financial data of 80,000 students, alumni and employees. the university says at this point there' s no evidence any information has been stolen. but potential victims have been told to look out for misuse of their personal information. doug: the cannon mountain tramway is running again, after being shut down for two weeks. 48 people were stranded about 40 feet in the air when the tram broke down on valentine' s day. state inspectors say the malfunction that caused the breakdown is fixed and the tram is safe to ride. more than people went up and 1000 down the mountain yesterday. karen: your next trip to disney could cost you a little more or less depending when you go. disney world will unveil new seasonal pricing today. the prices will be broken into 3 categories, value, regular, and peak times. so you' ll pay more over spring break and christmas time and get a discount during the slower months of september and october. the changes will not affect annual passes.
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>> now, sportscenter 5 with bob hollow it' s. bob: the celtics fighting for home-court advantage. finally, home court is an advantage. back in january, the celtics record was a game under 500 here now, they have won 10 straight at home. their win over miami yesterday gives him a two-game lead over the heat. a pass to kevin turner. turner tying the game at 28. turner with 14 points and nine assists. here is his alley-oop to jae crowder. they trail by three at the break. the celtics gradually took control of the game. marcus, underhandedly good way. they win by five. they tie the game with 811-82. 22-7. if you hear anyone tell you today the bruins are in tampa they were intimidated. -- if they were, they would be all wet. they are playing tampa bay live tonight.
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doug: did you get that? it' s a west coast trend come east. high school senior portraits, with a fashion forward edge. karen: chronicle' s shayna seymour introduces us to a photographer bring glam to portsmouth, new hampshire. >> there is a huge market for this age group. there are girls who really want to have the supermodel experience. we are talking hair, makeup, and styling. >> i love this look together. this came from the warehouse downstairs. with these shoes and, look at this. this is gorgeous. >> mallory and her team, christian james on makeup, working to bring this concept to the east coast. she is thrilled to step up her senior pitch.
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i have never had full makeup and hair and everything done before. getting to pick out close, it is so fun for me. >> while upcoming high school seniors are mallory' s key demo, other women are quick to seek out the cover girl experience. >> the other market is the 30, 40, sometimes 50, 60-year-olds coming in. they just want to capture their beauty. their older and they love themselves. as they should. some of them, actually, come in and they don' t even love themselves. that is why we are here and we are try to make them feel beautiful. >> mallory strongly believes everybody should feel beautiful at least for a day. >> it wasn' t until i have my daughter that i thought, i am beautiful. maybe it comes with age and a lot of people say that. looking beautiful and feeling beautiful. that means a lot of different things for a lot of different people. for the girls that i am photographing, they really are looking for that beauty moment,
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everybody has an inner model. sometimes, it takes the hair and makeup to really bring it out. show them on the back of the camera, look at this. this is you. you are beautiful. >> monday on chronicle, focus on beauty by nature. that is the catch phrase. ted hits the island fish fry. he hangs out with a locals. plus, can he conquer the kiteboard? traveling to turks and caicos, on chronicle at 7:30. doug: that is fun. good assignment. karen: up next, a four-legged addition to a tennis turner. doug: the extra help these shelter dogs are providing on the court. and also ahead, another oscar controversy, this one found inside those swank and expensive swag bags. how the gift has become an international debate. >> you' re looking at a live picture at our city cam over the city.
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danielle: the race training team is doing some training today. the boston marathon is coming up quickly.
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21 days until spring. it is feeling like spraying out there already, mid-to-upper 40' s and most locations. through the afternoon, we are really going to warm up into the low to mid 50' s. doug: you can teach an old dog new tricks. frida, mel, isabelle and costela four shelter dogs rescued around , sao paulo, brazil were trained as ball dogs for the brazil open tournament. their job? retrieve balls that went out of t like the giving back part of the job as much. they will be taking part in the awards ceremony today. 10:26 on this sunday money, shifting gears community leaders , meet face to face with the mayor over racial tensions at a prestigious boston school. karen: the outcome and what is expected to happen next. and federal investigators
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airport. frightening moments that led to the crash frank: we have just confirmed the officer killed out of the line of duty in washington, d c had ties to new hampshire. officer ashley guindon of the prince william county police deparment was shot and killed while responding to a domestic dispute. police in merrimack new hampshire were called to give her family the terrible news. more on this developing story
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that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's riggedt by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people. sanders: i'm bernie sanders,
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danielle: get ready for a warm up, but there' s a catch. my timeline for some rain and the snow that' s a possibility by the end of the week karen: the investigation into a small plane crash in plymouth. the injuries and what the pilot was doing just before the crash. doug: and the new controversy swirling around the oscars just hours before show time. >> to good morning, this is newscenter 5' s eyeopener. karen: i am karen anderson in france when it today. doug: it is a nice start to be sunday. warm, cloudy, but warm, i guess. >> 40' s, going into 50' s this afternoon. more sunshine by this afternoon. the sun is coming. let' s talk about that weather if we can. temperatures in the 40' s, 45 in
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down to the south and east, 55 in st. louis. 51 in raleigh. 53 degrees in cincinnati. very warm air to the south. and west of us. all about having in our direction. already in the 40' s and most locations. the vineyard, 46. 47 on nantucket. you are warming up very nicely. as we go through the next 12 hours and worcester, upper 40' s, low 50' s. you will see more sunshine as we go through the afternoon. for temperatures to warm into s through the day today. hanging onto those clouds to more sunshine. today. s. that tomorrow. with that comes a threat for showers. here is where the showers are coming from. back to the west, you can see them. i will have a timeline on those
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potential snow in the seven day forecast coming up. karen: breaking news on that tragedy in virginia. the female police officer shot and killed while responding to a domestic-violence call has ties to new hampshire. merrimack police notifying officer ashley guindon' s family of the shooting. two other officers were also injured in the shooting. a suspect is in custody. doug: a family escapes from a burning home in marblehead overnight. flames shooting from the upper floors of this 2-alarm fire on willow road. a father woke up to the smoke detector going off. he was able to get his wife and 2 kids out of the house. no one was hurt. karen: hillary clinton gaining a crucial victory in the south carolina democratic primary, defeating bernie sanders by a huge margin nearly 50 points. both candidates now looking ahead to super tuesday. both will campaigning here tomorrow, with stops planned in boston. doug: right now, federal investigators looking for answers after a small plane crash at plymouth airport.
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this morning. that plane coming to rest, upside down. the eyeopener' s frank holland is here to tell us how it happened. frank? frank a lot of people witnessed : the frightening moments just before this plane crashed at the plymouth airport. they say the pilot was the only person on-board this fixed-wing plane. he was practicing a training manuever called a touch and go landing when something went wrong. the plane crashing top down on on a grassy area-just feet from the runway. the pilot was seriously injured, he was med-flighted to brigham and women' s hospital. witnesses say he appeared to have some type of head trauma. investigators from the faa, -- >> the wing hit the ground and he nosedived purity cart wheeled wield a few times and landed on his back. >> investigators spent several hours digging through the rack and trying to figure out what caused this crash. the scene has been cleared. the plane being held in anger at the plymouth airport this morning. the investigation is still ongoing. doug: another incident involving a small plane at a local airport. this one in chatham, where a plane made a belly landing on
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the landing gear never deployed. the pilot and a passenger karen: right now state police are investigating a deadly crash on 495 in norton. investigators say the driver of a toyota tacoma lost control in the median and hit a toyota yaris head on. the driver of that yaris was killed a passenger suffered life-threatening injuries. the tacoma driver, a 41-year-old man from mashpee, was taken to a rhode island hospital. their names have not yet been released. state police are asking for the public' s help to find a blue pick-up truck connected to this deadly crash in somerset. that pickup was carrying file cabinets in its bed friday morning when one fell off. the victim in this crash swerved to avoid it and lost control of his suv. he was pronounced dead at the
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pickup truck stop on the side of after the accident. doug: right now police are searching for a missing man in 66-year-old leonard quirk was last seen leaving his home on moody street the night of was walking toward the charles river. 6" and was last seen wearing jeans, a green anyone with information is asked to call police. karen: a volunteer has been arrested and charged with stealing from a little girl who was severely burned and lost her family when someone set her home on fire. eight-year-old safyre terrry only wanted cards for christmas people around the world made her wish come true sending her more than a million letters. 41-year-old kimberly bradford, volunteered with the safyre' s angels organization is accused of stealing more than 1300 dollars in cash and gift cards that were supposed to be for the little girl. police in new york say they at bradford' s home.
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s due in court next month. a lawrence man is locked up this morning, charged with heroin trafficking. this is what police seized in the bust, 300 grams of fentanyl laced heroin, worth $20,000. haverhill police along with a team of state, local and federal partners arrested 22-year-old christopher graciano-fernandez of lawrence in a mcdonalds parking lot yesterday. he' ll be arraigned tomorrow. doug: a special saturday meeting focusing on accusations of racism at the prestigious, boston latin high school. newscenter five' s sera congi was there as mayor walsh and community leaders talked about the tensions coming to light. >> mayor marty walsh meeting with community leaders about allegations of racism. the closed-door discussion heard it -- held at the urban league and roxbury lasted an hour and a half. >> it was very productive, positive, it was a deeper dive in terms of the issues.
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latin revealed alleged acts of racism within the school. a department investigation found administrators did not properly handle one of several incidents. >> we also recognize and it was acknowledged that the district, as well as -- is ill-equipped to handle these race issues in our city. >> the headmaster at boston latin has apologized and pledged to do more. she vowed to keep her post despite continued calls for her requisite -- resignation. we believe it is paramount that the removal the headmaster -- go on the table, still feeling -- being actively advanced. >> in a letter, local civil rights groups have formerly asked carmen ortiz to open an investigation. her office is -- reviewing the complaint. they would launch a review. after the meeting, the mayor deferred comment to urban league leaders. >> do we have issues? yes, we have issues.
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guidance that we are going to get this thing fixed. >> the group plans to meet again in another two or three weeks. in roxbury, sera congi, wcvb five. karen: this morning a key figure in the george w. bush administration weighs in on donald trump' s command of the polls. former bush chief of staff andy card says trump is hitting the right note with many voters. card also explains why he believes governors may make better presidents than ceo' s >> he is telling it what it is. people are frustrated. i' m excited about donald trump, i' m afraid of him. i don' t understand how he can do what is promising. karen: card also explains why he believes governors may make better presidents than ceo' s catch otr this morning at 11:00 on channel 5. doug: a new effort is underway to end a deep-seated problem on airplanes. karen: one senator says the seats are gradually getting smaller. his call to get passengers a much needed break. doug: they give police and doctors a view like no other.
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and they' re made in mass. frank: a new controversy surrounding the oscars, this time it' s about a pricey gift inside the swag bags. the luxury 5 star trip that' s causing an international debate and the calls for a boycott. danielle? danielle: warm and breezy today but i' m tracking a chance for , rain, my timeline for the
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karen: it' s oscar sunday the nominees getting ready for hollywood' s biggest night and this one filled with controversy. doug: it seems like it has been full of it. on and on. we have heard about the oscars so white. but this morning the eye' s frank holland has the new one about the gift bags. frank? frank hollywood' s biggest night, : is now dealing with two big controversies. the latest has the oscars in the middle of a middle east conflict. as if being a hollywood a-lister isn' t alread pretty good this year' s top oscar nominees will get a swag bag worth $200,000. >> guys, listen, everybody' s gonna be interested in this. >> it includes a $900 toilet paper dispenser, $300 personalized m&ms, three dollar chapstick and the most expensive , gift.
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paid trip to israel. >> we' re going to tell this story and were going to tell it right. >> all 25 of the acting and directing nominees and host chris rock will get the unofficial oscars gift. >> in your face neil armstrong. frank israel' s minister of : tourism says the country is offering the trip, hoping to boost struggling tourism numbers by tapping into the stars' social media following. >> we will show how it is here, how interesting it is. frank the lack of racial : diversity the first controvery , to spring up this award season. the israel trip, a new source of tension. >> we hope that a majority a great majority of the nominees will reject this israeli trip. frank omar bar-ghouti, the head : of a palestinian campaign to boycott israel. he calls the free trip propaganda. >> we' re asking hollywood figures as they did in the apartheid south africa era to not give their names for israel to whitewash the occupation and
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>> i think that talking about occupation or talking about boycotting israel because of the current situation is something unfair. >> you should be careful. frank a new chapter in a : conflict lasting decades. a battle moving from the west bank to the red carpet in hollywood. up for best supporting actor for bridge of spies is a supporter of palestinian causes. rylance says he won' t accept any gift. but most other nominees have been silent about the swag bag and the controversy. you can watch it all here tonight. coverage of the 88 academy awards starts at 7:00 on wcvb. >> now, your stormteam 5 forecast with meteorologist danielle vollmar. danielle: you do get your black-tie attire out for a good cause for the oscars. doug: my tex ito a strapless number and it is adorable. danielle: i can' t wait to see it later.
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danielle: that is what i am saying. temperatures tonight when you step out this evening in the upper 40' s. 50' s today. we will take that. it is a drive forecast. it looks good for all of you folks headed out there. weill be out there later tonight, too. try today, rain showers in the forecast. monday, very low risk, very hit or miss isolated showers. tuesday night into wednesday, wednesday, and rants up, steady, widespread rain. it may even and at snow north and west of worcester in the failure terrain. more about that in just a second. first, let' s talk about the system that will bring up some showers tomorrow, late morning into early afternoon. this cold front you see and the area of low pressure right now, we have had some clouds hanging around the region. they should begin to clear out as we head toward the afternoon. then, we are seeing some sunshine over boston. that is warming things up to 43 degrees.
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making it feel more like 36 degrees. that is the windchill value. through the day, when will ramp up. be aware of that as we head toward this evening. anywhere from 10:20 miles per hour. 50 is the high-end worcester, 50 in boston. 50 degrees in the merrimack valley. tonight, a mild tonight, upper 30' s, low 40' s. we will take that at the end of february. tomorrow, we will warm into the mid-50' s in boston or the south shore, the north shore. worcester and orange may stay in the 40' s as the cold front comes faster for you folks and dropped temperatures back a touch. we are leaving in the chance for showers. here is how it all plays out. by 8:00 in the morning, some entering western mass, but it is about late morning, early afternoon. we start to see those showers breakout in central mass and metrowest and even into boston. later in the afternoon, the south shore and the cape could see it, too.
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that will be dry. it will turn those wins to the north and west. you will feel them on tuesday. a breezy day. here comes the next system. the area of low pressure. it has moisture it is tapping into over the gulf of mexico. this is the widespread rain chance i' m talking about on wednesday. when all is said and done from the system, we could see anywhere from a half an inch to an inch in terms of rain, total. at the tail end, maybe some light snow. not looking for much in the way of accumulation. once we get to friday, this is what we are watching. a lot of days out, all i can change. one of the models, two of them holding on the idea of a coastal system setting up that would hit the benchmark. now it mean some potential widespread accumulating snow, especially in southeastern mass and strong wind without one, too. the time period would be friday night into saturday morning. again, that is several days out. a lot can change.
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winter is not necessarily over you. as you noticed, temperatures dipping back into the 20' s and overnight lows in the teens. doug: talking hoops the celtics , fighting for home court advantage and finally home court is an advantage. back in january, the celtics home record was a game under. 500 now, they' ve won 10 straight at home. and their win over miami yesterday gives them a 2-game lead over the heat for 3rd place in the eastern conference. turner with 14 points and 9 assists. the c' s beat the heat 101-89. karen: the denver broncos will will be looking for a new quarterback. the denver post is reporting that peyton manning will announce his decision to retire some time this week. manning who turns 40 next month will be ending his career on a superbowl victory. doug: when public safety or someone' s health is on the line you need to use every tool. a sturbridge company is helping
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here in mass. >> if you located 20, normally, you would never see any of these lines. doug: getting up close and personal with andrew jackson is cool. the technology being developed in the products that are made here is serious business. >> our focus is off six. our focus is visualization. doug: he is ceo of optimum. the company making products that allows people to see where the human eye can' t go. these precise scopes are used by doctors on the human body to detect disease. by security professionals all over the world to fight crime. >> we have a shipment of scopes going to the saudi royal guard. doug: their patented led technology allows police to illuminate the smallest of spaces with the brightest of lights possible so that tiny video cameras can detect hidden criminal activity. so far, opt um scopes of allowed them to discover hundreds of millions of dollars in cash.
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those using them on the front lines. >> hq picture of a dog standing in a car with our scope. doug: you can find a scope at every u.s. border crossing in the country. a fact and responsibility not lost on those who work here. they have taken their 40 years of experience and developed a third business element. they produce very precise components for other companies mostly medical. ,an example perhaps you' ve heard , of philips. for all of their cardiac imaging systems. it is fun. need to meet all of these people and the hard work they do. you never know these things are out there. you start interviewing them. four suspects arrested in connection with a home invasion in bedford. karen: the evidence that could tie them to many other cases across new england. and a police officer shot and killed in virginia on her first full day on the job. the circumstances surrounding
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doug: breaking news in that tragedy in virginia. the female police officer shot and killed while responding to a domestic-violence call has ties to new hampshire. merrimack police notifying officer ashley guindon' of the shooting. two other officers were also injured in the shooting. a suspect is in custody. karen: four men are under arrest in connection with a home invasion in bedford. they are charged with breaking and entering and destroying property. police say they also found a notebook they had with a list of
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england. the police say that evidence suggesting they could be connected to a series of other break-ins. doug: right now, federal investigators looking for answers after a small plane crashed at plymouth airport. witnesses say the pilot was the only person on-board this fixed-wing plane. he was practicing a training manuever called a touch and go , landing when something went wrong and he crashed upside down. he was med-flighted to brigham and women' s hospital. karen: hillary clinton gaining a carolina democratic primary, huge margin. overwhelming support from black voters was key as she gains momentum and delegates. both candidates now looking ahead to super tuesday. both will campaigning here tomorrow, with stops planned in boston. doug: school officials are warning students of a mumps outbreak at saint anselm college in manchester, new hampshire. the few confirmed cases all players on the men' team. the mumps vaccine is only 88% effective so it' s still possible to get sick. saint a' s students are off campus for spring break right now, which does help lower the risk factor.
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schumer wants to require the faa to establish standards for seats on commercial flights. the senator says airlines are now forcing passengers to sit on reports indicate that airlines have been slowly cutting down legroom and seat width. he said he will formally introduce an amendment for new guidelines today. doug: with all of the tragedy we have in reporting on this morning, how about ending today' s show on a happy note? we are happy to introduce you to the new member of the newscenter 5 family. meet baby greyson. the eyeopener' s antoinette antonio gave birth to this beautiful boy yesterday morning. she says everyone is healthy, well and feeling amazing. exhausted, exuberant it. so overwhelmed by the moment. congratulations to her and husband jeremy. job well done, antoinette. nice job. look at that cute guy. what a handsome name.
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to say, he is born during the eyeopener yesterday. 8:38 in the morning. he had timing. doug: i don' t know what that says about our show. [laughter] if you want to have a baby, just do it. danielle: the weather today is shaping up to be really nice. you can see sunshine breaking through the crowds -- clouds over boston gear that is great. we will want things up quite a bit three day today. you notice that camera shakes a touch. there is some wind. you will feel that wind. 52 degrees were high temperatures today. 55 for monday. a few showers are on the morning into early afternoon. tuesday is a dry day. wind out of the north and west may feel cooler. still 50 degrees per the on wednesday, study, widespread rain coming in. mostly rain of the tell end of this will pull down colder air. snow showers mixing on them. of accumulation. as we look towards the all-important next week and because we are getting off this weekend, we are watching a coastal storm.
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they would be cold enough to support all snow and accumulate snow. it is still a couple days out. doug: i have shoveled in april. i have memories of that. thank you very much for joining us on the sunday morning. karen: we appreciate you watching. we hope you have a great day. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its
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ed: it' s time to go " on the record." this week, andrew card, former white house chief of staff for george w. bush joins us. his perspective on presidential race and the evolution of the gop field. and -- ted: super tuesday is upon us. who wins in massachusetts? ed: plus, a loss for wynn. the lawsuit that' s halting construction of the resort casino in everett. >> from wcvb boston, the inside word from washington to beacon hill, today' s newspapers -- newsmakers are going on the record. ed: good morning, i' m ed harding, alongside newscenter 5' s emily riemer filling in for janet wu. our guest this morning was a key player in the george w. bush administration. former white house chief of staff and holbrook native, andrew card. you may recall this iconic image

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